For the first time, the Young Arab Voices is organising a week-long of debate and outreach activities in the United Kingdom, home of the largest debate societies in the world. Our brilliant youth debaters from across the region (Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algerian and Morocco) will be teaming up with some UK-based youth debaters in a series of activities ranging from training workshops, public debate events, seminars, and outreach events.
In the last few years, there has been an increasing appetite for debate and dialogue in Jordan after the uprisings in the Arab world and the increasing tension and violence whenever there is more than one opinion in any public arena.
Some people consider violence as a serious problem and a social plague rather than a crime. Violence is not new but over the last 15 years it has become more widespread, causing a serious social problem within our previously peaceful Egyptian society. Is violence a new phenomenon in our Egyptian community? What kind of interventions could solve this problem? Is it too late to do anything? These are all questions we need answers to.
Premier jour de la compétition de débat le programme " Young Arab Voices" en partenariat avec l'association SAWTY Filiale Gafsa organise le 21 Novembre 2013 une compétition de débat entre trois Club qui représentent l'institut supérieur des sciences et technologie Gafsa, l'institut supérieur des études technologique Sidi Bouzid et l'institut supérieur des études technologique Kasserine pour choisir six meilleurs débateurs qui vont animé le débat final le 22 novembre 2013
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The "Young Arab Voices" is a regional project, jointly launched by the British Council and the Anna Lindh Foundation, aims at developing skills and opportunities for youth-led debate across the Arab region.